On the heels of the film version currently slumping through the box office, Orson Scott Card has announced he’s prepping a few new sequels to his acclaimed sci-fi novel Ender’s Game.
There’s apparently one thing we didn’t know about that Ender's Game film — apparently, Orson Scott Card's not making a dime from it. Zilch.
Young British actor Asa Butterfield, who plays Ender in the new film version of Ender's Game, was born 12 years after the book was first published.
Director Gavin Hood knew he was taking a big risk with his adaptation of Orson Scott Card's classic sci-fi novel, Ender's Game.
Check out this amazing one-sheet featuring Ender suited up for battle school.
It’s no secret that Ender’s Game has gotten mired in controversy, and now Harrison Ford and director Gavin Hood are speaking out to defend the film.
It’s been a box office bloodbath filled with blockbusters this summer, but all that fun is coming to an end. So what do we have to look forward to this winter?
The controversies just keep coming when it comes to Ender’s Game. The latest? A keen-eyed viewer thinks the film has recycled footage from another sci-fi disaster flick.
If you’ve been looking for a reason to cut through all the Orson Scott Card controversy and actually focus on Ender’s Game, this new trailer should more than fit the bill.
Some new footage from Ender’s Game has been released, showing off exactly what they used that big budget on — these blockbuster special effects and massive space battles.